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New York [ 1798–1804 ]. “A Series of misfortunes which have pursued me from infancy … make me...
[ New York, February 26, 1801. On March 6, 1801, Hamilton wrote to Ingraham and acknowledged the...
I have the honor to inform you, that at A meeting of the Society for the promotion of Agriculture...
As the period when Congress will rise is close at hand, and the opportunity of your saving us...
At present I have not Leisure to mention more on the subject, than that the Gentleman who was...
February 12, 1801. Acknowledges Hamilton’s letter of February 11, 1801 . Discusses several...
I Have not, Since my Return to france, Received a Line from you—yet I am Sure you are...
Yr. favor was duely recd & would have been replied to immediately, had not the subject it regards...
Washington, January 27, 1801. Requests a certificate indicating that his son, Lieutenant John...
I have now lying before me your Letter dated the instant. It contains important facts with many...
I have yours of the 9th. I had already replied to those which it refers to. The Idea that a...
I this Instant receive your favor of the tenth. I thank you for it. The Aurora will have shewn...
Pour ne Pas Laisser plus Long-temps Les fonds mort , destinés Pour L’establissement de Mlle....
I enclose the within power, confiding that the Trustees agree in an opinion, that no investment...
I received your letter of the 4th inst on Saturday last. After giving as much consideration as I...
I yesterday had the honor of receiving your favor of the fourth instant, & am justly sensible of...
I delayed my dear sir, an answer to your Letter of the 22nd ult. purposely, because from it I was...
I have received your favor of the 24th. Ult. It is probable a rejection of the French convention...
I have been but a few days in this City, but since my arrival have had the pleasure to receive...
I have received your favors of the 24th. and 26th of last Month. I am much oblig’d by both. The...
I receivd this morning your letter of the 26th of Decr. It is I believe certain that Jefferson &...
Your kindness in taken me under your Paternage claims my warmest returns of Gratitude. let me beg...
Page 4. Mr. Adams is no doubt under great Obligations to Mr. Hamilton, for “not denying to him...
The situation we are in, though not unexpected by a few, has filled the public with equal...
I have recd. a letter from Mr. W. this morning in which he says. “I have made enquiry respecting...
Je Vous remet inclus La Lettre que Vous Ecrit Le Cel. Burr, par la quelle il doit Vous faire...
I have recd. your favours of the 16th. & 17th. —that of the 16th I communicated to Mr. Marshall &...
Mr. Fitch requests the Indulgence of General Hamilton to the enclosed Remarks. They result from...
In Company this Day I heard much said about the Treaty brought to us by Mr. Davie, wherefore as...
I presume some of your friends will present you with a copy of the French Convention. The thing...